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PAGE 6 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC MAY 27, 19 Morrilton seniors graduate cerem Morrilton - Sacred Heart High School will hold its annual commencement exercises on Sunday, June 3. A graduation Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 AM in the church, and gradu- ation will be held at 7:30 PM in the gymnasium. Bishop Andrew J. McDonald will deliver the commencement address and distribute diplomas. Senior awards and scholarships will be presented by school principal Mark Tyler. Valedictorian is Amy Hoelzeman, daughter of Fred and Louise Hoelze- man. Salutato- rian is Kim Kordsmeier, daughter of Irene and Louis Kordsmeier. Other honor graduates are Michael Brig- gler, son of Clara and Fred Brig- Amy Hoelzeman gler, Sr.; Rachel Maus, daughter of Bernard and MaryJoyce Maus; and Jennifer Willis, daughter of Stan and Sheila Willis. Also receiving diplomas will be Scott Beck, son of Diane and George Beck; Greg Hartman, son of Louise and Dan Hart- man; Vic Kords- meier, son of Kathy and Vic Kim Kordsmeier, Jr.; Amanda Rohlman, daughter of David and Charlotte Rohlman; and Kathy Wall, daughter of Brenda Young. REMEMBERING THE DEAD -- More than 150 family members and friends listened with reflective attention as speakers talked about AIDS and the changing attitude in Arkansas as more and more people die of complica- tions from AIDS and its related complexes. The gathering was part of a worldwide Candlelight Memorial March remembering those who have died. (Fr. Jim Schratz) Fayetteville - St. Thomas Aquinas Student Center has announced the availability of a scholarship for college students. The scholarship fund, endowed the estate of the late Robert C. Coogan of the parish, is to be used for Catho- lic, underprivileged and above-average students. To be considered for the scholarship, a student must be an undergraduate junior or senior. For an application - orm, contact St. Mary Adams, OSB, St. I]aomas Aquinas Student Center, P.O. Box I066, Fayetteville, 72702. For more information, call 442-5571. and women who served in the home mis- sion program. Thus far, only about half the volunteer corps has been found. The reunion is scheduled for June 30 - July I at Loyola University in Chicago. The agenda includes workshops and small group discussions. Archbishop John L. May of St. Louis and Bishop John Sullivan of Kansas City - St. Joseph, who supervised the volun- teer program while serving with Extension, will be among the honored guests. Extension, a papal mission society sup- porting rural churches in the U.S., estab- lished the lay volunteer program in 1960 to train college graduates for mission work in the southern and western regions as parish teachers, social workers, catechists and medical personnel. For more information, contact the Exten- sion Society, 35 E. Wacker Dr., #400R, Chicago, IL, 60601; (312) 236-7240. Little Rock - Catholic High Sch0 for Boys will hold its 60th commen0 ment on Friday, June 1, at 8 PM. Bishop Andrew J. McDonald will present diplomas and scholarships. Valedictorian is David R. Crotzer, son of Jo Ellen and Gerald Cromer of Christ the King parish. David Crotzer !!! Salutatorian is I' Douglas c. Dannaway, son of =ill Sandra Dannaway of Our Lady of 1 Counsel t Rounding the top t!| graduates arI Dale M ezaO .! son of Jay i Carol Mezz | i Jason Patter ,[ 1 son of Oay Sam Smith; Jones, son i Douglas Dannaway George : ita Jones; 1Jam Boger, son of James and I-lil l i Boger; Fred Pruss, son of Fred and Beth Pruss; Chad Rodgers. Charles and Rita Rodgers; Matthew leman, son of Bill and Evelyn Felix; I Chris Travis, son of Barry and 10 ['1 Travis. To date, Crotzer and Dannaway ' won over a quarter-million dollars ! of scholarships. .: Of the 144 graduates, one is ft0 Turkey and one is from West Gerna / Extension Society ..... Little Portion Eureka Springs- Little Portion Retreat Subiaco - The Abbey Retreat " I former volunteers Center on More Mountain will hold two has announced four upcommg D- ~ I retreats in June. Recollection: !l, i To reunite "The Nine Faces of God" is a work- June 19-Lectors-conducted by 0 ]i Chie%oo - A search is underway for more shop investigating the ancient teaching Wolfe of the diocesan liturgical ! than 2,000 former Extension Lay Volunteers on the personality theory called the June 20* - Eucharistic minis 3'1 for a 30th anniversary reunion in Chicago Enneagram. The June 14-17 retreat will conducted by Ft. Hugh Assenm Call 1-800-284-4854 anytime forthis summer, be limited to 25 attendants. Retreat OSB, Subiaco Abbey. a no obligation information lrJL The Catholic Church Extension Society, director will be Fr. Bernard Tickerhoof, June 21 - Greeters and ushers In Little Rock, call 686-2063. which sponsored the volunteer program TOR, of Winchester, VA, who has di-ducted by Fr. Aaron Pirrera, "| - from 1960-71, is trying to gather the men rected more than 100 Ennegram work- Subiaco Abbey. rA shops. July 9 - Deacons and spouses" I SACRED HEART SCHOOL- Annual BAZAAR "Satanism and the Occult"is aJuly5 ducted by Fr. Joachim Culotta, - 8 workshop in a setting of prayer and Memphis Tribunal. 6"PM - 11 PM Fri., June 1 & 5 PM til M=dnight Sat.,dune 2 liturgy. It will consider the weapons Days of Reflection, from 9 AM inthe Sacred Heart parking Iot.,.downtown MorrJlton within the Church to counteract Satan- PM, consist of a half-day of reflectI ism and occult phenomena with atti-and a half-day workshop. Drawing at midnight, jr "N tudes and ways of dealing with them. Reservations must.be made bYJt i m Sat.,dune2 -Grand / DINNERservodSaL0nly5:00PM-8:30 I Fr. Richard McAlear, OMI, superior and 10 for the June dates, and byJuly ] ;7 eaum XL/ Us [ Turkey & Dressing, homemade broad, [ director of Our Lady of Hope Center, the July date. Rates are $10 per P_ i w -- many other pr l Newburgh, NY, will direct the retreat, per day. Bed and brealff'ast are For more information, contact Little able for an additional $25. for al/ ages * Concessions * Cartoon Charactors ,) Portion Retreat Center, Route 4, Box *Preuiously advertised as June IO. :il 430, Eureka Springs, 72632; 25$-7379. :!,|